I had a cafetiere pot that I found in my kitchen cupboard that for some reason was missing it’s handle.
I designed and printed this in 3 parts to make printing easier and then glued it together using superglue.
As an added extra and suggested by my son, I also printed a thin ring that can be used as a fill level guide.
although i have provided an STL for the whole thing it is not intended to be printed in this way and should be printed in it's individual parts.
Sorry if i caused any confusion
Printer used was a GeeeTech MeCreator 2
supports were used and i used a 30% infill
I always wanted to be a draftsman and have always had a passion for designing things. I started my life as a cabinet maker, so love making things, whether it’s out of paper, cardboard, wood or plastic.
I am a keen crafter and amateur book binder. I love computers and consider myself very computer literate. I have taught IT, built my own PC’s, repaired PC’s and worked in IT for a short while. So it was only natural that considering my background I would move into 3D printing.
I consider myself a novice, but am learning new techniques every day and love Thingyverese. What a wonderful place to learn and share my work with like minded people.
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